In addition to simulations, the use of real vehicles is an essential component in the development of integrated vehicle safety systems. In order to realize reproducible driving maneuvers for integrated vehicle safety systems, the use of soft dummies as well as the possibility of controlling vehicles via software are indispensable, in addition to the precise localization of objects in real time. While simulations are comparatively inexpensive to carry out, working with real vehicles is resource-intensive. Therefore, the selection of relevant driving maneuvers plays a central role in the development of integrated safety systems.
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